Linda Toresson graduated from the Swedish University of Agricultural Science, and became a Swedish Specialist in diseases of dogs and cats in 2002 and a Swedish Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine in 2007. She has combined clinical practice, focusing on gastrointestinal disorders, at a referral animal hospital (Evidensia Specialist Animal Hospital, Helsingborg, Sweden), with research throughout most of her career. Linda served as the Medical Director during 2007-2013, a position she left to become an external part-time PhD-student in gastroenterology at Helsinki University. In 2018, she presented her thesis on oral cobalamin supplementation in dogs with chronic enteropathies. She has collaborated with professors Jan Suchodolski and Joerg Steiner at the Gastrointestinal Laboratory at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas for many years. Currently, she is a senior consultant in GI at the Evidensia Specialist Animal Hospital in Sweden and is still affiliated with Helsinki University as a post-doc. She is especially interested in the intestinal microbiome, fecal microbiota transplantation, bile acid diarrhea, cobalamin deficiency and the link between emotional stability and chronic enteropathies. She is a board member of the European Society of Comparative Gastroenterology and a member of Comparative gastroenterology Society as well as a member of several advisory boards, including the Companion Animal Fecal Bank Consortium and the Scientific Committee of the Swedish Medical Product Agency.